To continue the month’s celebration of women’s contributions to history and the world, I thought it would be fitting to highlight five super talented women doing big things in the field of graphic design. There are so many inspiring women in graphic design right now; I love learning from their unique styles, career challenges and successes, and perspectives on what design means to them.
Take a look, and click through to see more of each designer’s work.
“It took me a few seconds to draw it, but it took me 34 years to learn how to draw it in a few seconds.”
“My aim is juxtaposition and surprise, but also, while I have an affinity for the organic form, I can’t help the way my brain works, which is logically and in a very structured manner. I’m a sort of free-flowing control freak.”
“To be a good artist / letterer / designer / guitar player it takes practice. A lot of it. More than you can even fathom when you’re starting out.”
“Play is the state of mind that we can use in our creative process to our advantage.”